Is the tutorial well organized and easy to follow? If yes, what organization is used that worked? If no, what was the issue and how can the organization be improved?

Read, critique, & evaluate the following three Tutorials, using the example tutorial rubric below.Leave your comments & score for each of the three tutorials above. You can cut & paste the table below and fill-in the blanks.Tutorial Title: Your AnswerFirst ImpressionsAfter reading the tutorial once, what are your first impressions?What will the reader be taught?Your AnswerFirst Impressions – Novice Audience?Does it tell novice users what they need to know about the system? Does it give them enough background and context to get them started learning the details? If you didn’t know anything about this system, would this paper help get you started? Your AnswerFirst Impressions – Tutorial ClarityIs the tutorial well organized and easy to follow? If yes, what organization is used that worked? If no, what was the issue and how can the organization be improved? Your AnswerFirst Impressions – Formatting IssuesAre there any mechanical, formatting, or presentation errors which get in the way of reading the tutorial? If so, be specific on the issues. If not, what features of the presentation style do you like? Your AnswerSecond LookRead the tutorial a second time, but follow the steps using the application (be sure to read the remaining criteria before proceeding). Making brief comments about each step/section that you feel the author does well, and what can be improved. Focus your comments on the organization and content; don’t spend much time proofreading for spelling or grammatical errors (which is the author’s job). WHICH STEP/SECTION COULD USE THE MOST IMPROVEMENT? Your AnswerSecond Look – Reader AssumptionsDoes the author make appropriate assumptions about what the reader already knows? if no, why are they inappropriate? Your AnswerSecond Look – Tutorial Main PointsDoes the author make it clear the main points to be taught at the beginning of the tutorial? If so, are they appropriate and is the presentation of these points clear? If not, where and what improvements need to be made? Your AnswerSecond Look – Main Points Reader ComprehensionHow well do you think the audience will understand the main points after reading this introduction? What are the audience takeaways? Are they appropriate and how can they be improved? Your AnswerSecond Look – “increase the signal”How did the author “increase the signal” when guiding the reader? Was there redundancy encoded into the document? Where could the author use these techniques to improve the tutorial? Your AnswerSecond Look – EffectivenessWhat would make this introduction and tutorial more effective? Specify 1 improvement to be made. Your AnswerSecond Look – Effectiveness 2What would make this introduction and tutorial more effective? Specify a second improvement to be made. Your AnswerSecond Look – Paragraph OrganizationHow well is the paper organized at the paragraph level? Does each paragraph have a clear purpose? Does each paragraph flow into the next? Does the opening paragraph engage you and make you want to read further? Does the closing paragraph summarize what has been explained? Your AnswerSecond Look – Step-by-step Presentation/OrganizationHow well are the steps of of the tutorial presented and explained? Are bullets and indentation used appropriately? How can the author make the steps clearer to the reader? Are there any steps which should be combined or split? If so, which one? Your AnswerSecond Look – Images/FiguresAre figures used appropriately and effectively? Advise on improvements (more figures, less figures, combine figures, edit figures to direct attention). Do the figures have captions and labels which are referred to in the text? Are they used appropriately? Your Answer